24/06/2021

Rhythm & Blues celebrate Africa Month in unusual style

Renowned jazz artist. Avzal Ismail: Facebook pics

In celebration of Africa Month, Afro Arts South Africa presents a Virtual Concert featuring various musicians and singers.

The two-day annual celebration will end on May 28, 2021.

Due to the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, the music programme will stream through Facebook and the website.

Music lovers will be able to experience virtual live performances from different genres.

“We created an in-house rhythm and blues band, led by renowned jazz artist Avzal Ismail, which includes an excellent selection of South Afro-jazz musicians,” says Afro Arts Director Roshnie Moonsammy. Concert.

“We’ve put together an in-house Rhythm and Blues band, directed by acclaimed jazz artist Avzal Ismail, comprised a stellar range of South African jazz musicians,” says Rhythm and Blues Virtual ConcertAfro Arts Director, Roshnie Moonsammy.

“Mandla Mlangeni , Sisonke Xonti , Sims Tshabala , Thapelo Khumisi , Nhlanhla Radebe , and Mark Komane are among the artists”.

Guest artists include contemporary singer Bonj and bassist Aus Tebza, who has toured and record internationally.

Siya Makuzeni

Siya Makuzeni, trombone, singer and composer who won the Standard Bank Young Artist Award, will also perform.

But it doesn’t stop there.

Yonela Mnana, The Brother Moves On, Albert Frost, Andre from Black Cat Bones, actress and singer Nelisiwe Sibiya, Khumalo, Femi Koya, legendary guitarist SA Bra Themba Gunshot Blue and singer Lindsay McGuire are among other performers.

Afro Arts SA is hosting a training workshop on songwriting.

Vusi Mahlasela

It will feature three renowned South African artists, Msaki, Shekhinah and Vusi Mahlasela.

Thursday 27 May, 27:  19:00-20:00: Workshop Programme on Songwriting

Friday 28 May, 28:      19:00-20:30: Rhythm and Blues Virtual Concert

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